To overcome Corona 19, stepping off to support the growth of security startups

Saturday, October 31, 2020, 13:23 GMT

KISA selected 9 companies to recommend’KSM registration recommendation’

The Korea Internet & Security Agency (KISA) supports information security startups that are having difficulty entering the market and pioneering markets with Corona 19 with the Ministry of Science and Technology Information and Communication. It said that it is carrying out various projects to do so.

First, KISA has recruited’Companies who wish to register in the Korea Exchange Startup Market (KSM, KRX Startup Market, opened in 2016.11)’ in order to secure the basis for continuous growth and investment attraction of information security startups from last September. All nine companies were finally selected by evaluating technology.

Spiceware, Secureever, Soma, Thecus, Astro Technology, Alphabit, F1 Security, M-Secure, and PSDL were the nine companies picked.

If selected businesses register with KSM on the basis of the KISA recommendation letter, the Korea Exchange Investment Advisory Committee will provide you with the benefits of tailored preparation and consultation such as crowdfunding and M&A if effective Investor Relations ( IR) analysis and investment attraction service.

In addition, on the 23rd, KISA hosted ‘Security Meet Up Day’ online to help start-ups in information security, generating new demand in the public and defense sectors and pioneering distribution networks. ‘Security Meet Up Day’ is a seminar that shares major business strategies for information safety in the public and defense industries and highlights of the success of advanced businesses.

Many enterprises are aiming to reach the public and defense industries, but since there are not enough ways to advance, it is challenging. Therefore, for the first time this year, KISA held a seminar to address the current situation and to plan a location for successful trade.

The seminar was attended by 23 firms and 33 persons, including the National Intelligence Resource Management Department, the Federal Procurement Service, the Strategic Security Support Command, and start-ups such as Alpha Bit and Tiengen that have successfully penetrated the public and defense sectors. In particular, participating organizations obtained a high degree of response by exchanging basically required information, such as major business strategies for information security, active entry situations, and know-how.

In addition, on November 26, KISA aims to host the ‘Technology Startup IR Festival’ online, where IR pitching contests, investment consultations, and M&A training are conducted to revitalize M&A and increase the attractiveness of information security start-ups for investment.

“KISA Director Seok-Hwan Kim said,” It is not easy for start-ups to enter the market and establish Corona 19 markets, but continuous support for strengthening partnership networks with relevant organizations and pioneering markets is important for their development.” “We will not spare different support to serve as a stepping stone for the exploration and growth of promising domestic start-ups.

KISA selected 9 companies to recommend’KSM registration recommendation’

The Korea Internet & Security Agency (KISA) supports information security startups that are having difficulty entering the market and pioneering markets with Corona 19 with the Ministry of Science and Technology Information and Communication. It said that it is carrying out various projects to do so.

First, KISA has recruited’Companies who wish to register in the Korea Exchange Startup Market (KSM, KRX Startup Market, opened in 2016.11)’ in order to secure the basis for continuous growth and investment attraction of information security startups from last September. All nine companies were finally selected by evaluating technology.

Spiceware, Secureever, Soma, Thecus, Astro Technology, Alphabit, F1 Security, M-Secure, and PSDL were the nine companies picked.

If selected businesses register with KSM on the basis of the KISA recommendation letter, the Korea Exchange Investment Advisory Committee will provide you with the benefits of tailored preparation and consultation such as crowdfunding and M&A if effective Investor Relations ( IR) analysis and investment attraction service.

In addition, on the 23rd, KISA hosted ‘Security Meet Up Day’ online to help start-ups in information security, generating new demand in the public and defense sectors and pioneering distribution networks. ‘Security Meet Up Day’ is a seminar that shares major business strategies for information safety in the public and defense industries and highlights of the success of advanced businesses.

Many enterprises are aiming to reach the public and defense industries, but since there are not enough ways to advance, it is challenging. Therefore, for the first time this year, KISA held a seminar to address the current situation and to plan a location for successful trade.

The seminar was attended by 23 firms and 33 persons, including the National Intelligence Resource Management Department, the Federal Procurement Service, the Strategic Security Support Command, and start-ups such as Alpha Bit and Tiengen that have successfully penetrated the public and defense sectors. In particular, participating organizations obtained a high degree of response by exchanging basically required information, such as major business strategies for information security, active entry situations, and know-how.

In addition, on November 26, KISA aims to host the ‘Technology Startup IR Festival’ online, where IR pitching contests, investment consultations, and M&A training are conducted to revitalize M&A and increase the attractiveness of information security start-ups for investment.


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